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1. Editor's Note—Mark A. Peterson
2. Introduction: The Evolution of the Individual Insurance Market—Deborah L. Rogal and Anne K. Gauthier
3. Cost and Performance: A Comparison of the Individual and Group Health Insurance Markets—Mark V. Pauly and Allison M. Percy
4. Consumers, Insurers, and Market Behavior—Deborah J. Chollet
5. Lessons from New Jersey—Katherine Swartz and Deborah W. Garnick
6. An Evaluation of New York's Reform Law—Mark A. Hall
7. An Evaluation of Vermont's Reform Law—Mark A. Hall
8. Riding the Bull: Experience with Individual Market Reform in Washington, Kentucky, and Massachusetts—Adele M. Kirk
9. State Regulation What Have We Learned So Far?—Len M. Nichols
10. A Regulator's Perspective on Other States' Experiences—Alexander K. Feldvebel and David Sky
11. An Insurer's Perspective on Reform—John Berry and Richard White
12. The Politics of Reform—Robert B. Hackey
13. Dynamics without Change: The New Generation—Thomas R. Oliver
14. Economic Theory, Economists, and the Formulation of Health Policy, The Economics of Health Reconsidered, Thomas Rice—Evan M. Melhado
15. Health, Health Care, and Health Economics: Perspectives on Distribution, M. L. Barer, T. E. Getzen, and G. L. Stoddart, ed—Charles Normand
16. Books Received
17. News and Notes—Christopher J. Conover
18. News from Affiliated Organizations
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